It doesn't seem likely that there will be any whispers or rumors about Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union's wedding this weekend. The couple is set to say "I do" on August 30 in Miami, Florida, in what's sure to be a blowout of a formal wedding (they informed guests on their invitations that men must wear all black and women should wear all white).
But it will be as private as it will be opulent. TMZ obtained a copy of the confidentiality agreement that Wade and Union's relatives, guests, vendors and caterers will have to sign before setting foot in the wedding. The document states that anything seen or heard at the pair's nuptials is confidential information that must be kept secret, including any personal information or financial details. Any violators will pay a large fine for unspecified damages.
Well, that's one way of keeping everything under-the-radar! Another? Banning cell phones. The duo also used their invite to let guests know that cell phones and personal cameras won't be permitted at their reception. Wade and Union set aside a noticeable amount of time, as noted on their invitations, for guests to get screened through tight security before the ceremony and the reception. (Good luck, wedding crashers.) Not only will guests have to pass a security screening, but they're also required to present a photo ID prior to entry.
Needless to say, this sounds like a national security event in addition to the wedding! Granted, there will probably be a ton of big names attending, including Wade's former Miami Heat teammate Lebron James. But could the strict regulations also indicate some sort of big musical event happening at the reception? Hopefully, time (and a verified publication with authorized photos) will tell!